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was born in mexico with nothing when he came to this country, rose to be head of a car company, a governor. i mean, my dad was the real deal and his life and his memory inspires me. so i write his name there and of course i look at ann every chance i get. she's usually looking down. she's nervous during the debates but i look to her to see if she feels like i've done a good job. >> governor we appreciate you taking the time to joins here in in "the situation room". >> thanks wolf. good to be with you. >> candy crowley is going to be moderating the second presidential debate coming up tuesday night. up next, you'll find out what she'll be looking for during this presidential debate and how her debate will be different from the others. how did i get here? dumb luck? or good decisions? ones i've made. ones we've all made. about marriage. children. money. about tomorrow. here's to good decisions. who matters most to you says the most about you. massmutual is owned by our policyholders so they matter most to us. massmutual. we'll help you get there. ♪ [ male announcer ] its lightweight constr
got horrible things happening across the border in mexico. there is a lot of alliances being built by ahmadinejad in latin america with hugo chavez. we need to focus on our back yard and pay it some attention for real. >> that's a good point. especially with chavez's latest victory. >> my piece of advice is for our nation's biggest employer. and that's walmart that has had a really rough year. you start with the cover-ups of the bribing in mexico, obviously the ongoing sex discrimination class action. now you've got for the first time in its history strikes all across the country. the warehouse workers, terrible abuse conditions and we're moving into the holiday shopping season. my advice to walmart would be to say, okay, we're the most profitable employer, we are the most profitable corporation, we could actually raise wages and this would be great for america. it would be a flag-waving moment. it's totally within walmart's power to do that. they could do that. >> that's great. thanks so much for joining us for unslus sited advice today. wolf, back to you. >> margaret, thanks very
of them are made in a new mexico plant belonging to sunland and all may be contaminated. the products are peanut butter, almond butter, cashew butter and tahini. they were at trader joe's whole foods market, target, fresh & easy and giant food. people need to check their cubboards. >> good advice. very good. thank you. >>> he dismantled the foreign policy, country by country. we'll talk to a supporter of each man to be president of the united states. one of them already is president of the united states. we'll talk about mitt romney's scathing opinion article today. in that time there've been some good days. and some difficult ones. but, through it all, we've persevered, supporting some of the biggest ideas in modern history. so why should our anniversary matter to you? because for 200 years, we've been helping ideas move from ambition to achievement. and the next great idea could be yours. ♪ >>> the turmoil in the middle east certainly has put foreign policy and national security front and center in the race for the white house. >> yeah. that's absolutely right, wolf. mitt romney's
's brian todd is over at mission control in new mexico where he got a behind-the-scenes look at the operation. brian, tell our viewers what you saw. >> reporter: wolf, the hour is almost at hand. tomorrow morning, felix balm bartter in will try to set that record for the longest-ever freefall trying to break the speed of sound. the command center is behind me. we got access to it a short time ago. inside mission control, anticipation, raw nerves, intense focus. we get special access as art thompson, technical project director for the project, does his final preparation for a historic jump. >> they're thinking it's because it's -- it's pretty exciting. everybody's in place. we've tested all the equipment. the capsule is ready. >> reporter: it's here where felix baumgartner will be guided. the lead members sit here in fro front, talking to felix from this spot. everything's going to be on display on these monitors. even felix baumgartner's vital signs on display up here. go time on tuesday morning is at hand. baumgartner, an austrian skydiver, will attempt the longest-ever free
morning. something special you're working on? >> we are going to have bill richardson, former new mexico governor, a democrat who ran for president as well as newt gingrich. they're going to engage in a predebate debate about foreign policy. >> are you going to moderate that? >> yes, i am. >> we're looking forward to it. >> we're also going to talk about who's going to win virginia with senator mark weste wernor -- davis, tom davis. we'll talk about virginia and where it's going. >> you've had a busy week. >> i need a little more sleep. >> 9:00 a.m. sunday morning we'll be watching. thanks very, very much. and stay with cnn to watch the third and final presidential debate in florida on monday. our special coverage begins right after "the situation room" 7:00 p.m. eastern monday night. michelle obama's campaigning in wisconsin. and she's about to speak in a few minutes. when it happens, we're going there live. plus, could president obama trail in national polls but still win the election? the answer may lie in the unemployment numbers from some key swing states. ihang mountain, hand-carve
for the country. dad was devoted to ideals that motivated him. i mean, the guy was born in mexico with nothing when he came to this cuountry, rose to be hed of a car company, a governor. i mean, my dad was the real deal, skand his life and his memory inspires me. so, yeah, i write his name there, and of course i look at ann every chance i get. she's usually looking down. she's usually pretty nervous during the debates, but i look to her to see if she feels like i've done a good job. >> governor, i know you're very busy. i really appreciate your taking some time and joining us here in "the situation room". >> thanks, wolf. good to be with you. >> thank you very much. >>> and up next, we're going to have full analysis of my interview with governor romney. plus, we're going to be breaking down some of the new polls that show a clear shift not only in ohio, but some other battleground states as well. this new phone is amazing. i'm watching natalie's ballet recital and i'm pulling photos right from the video. great idea, we can pick one and frame it! yeah. here, watch this. she nails almost every m
that wall that's 242, add ohio to that plus new mexico, the president would be at 265, and in position to go over the top with anything else, including iowa, colorado, nevada, et cetera. so, you know, preventing obama from winning ohio is absolutely critical for romney. and until he shows he can get over the top in ohio, he is still the underdog. but having said that, if we're seeing movement among these blue-collar white women in particular, ohio is going to get closer andougher for the president. >> ron bronstein, thank you very much. >> thank you, wolf. >>> much more on the race for the white house coming up including a lot more on the debate tomorrow night. also other news we're following, the u.s. does not have a monopoly on drones by any means in the middle east. israel's demonstrating how it's capable of high-tech warfare, as well. we have an inside look. that's next. line outfit piccolo headphones buy now broadway show megapixels place to sleep little roadster war and peace deep sea diving ninja app hipster glasses 5% cash back sign up to get 5% everywhere online through december. on
. dad was devoted to ideals that motivated him. i mean, the guy was born in mexico with nothing when he came to this country, rose to be head of a car company, a governor. i mean, my dad was the real deal. and his life and his memory inspires me. so, yeah, i write his name there. of course i look at ann every chance i get. she's usually looking down. she's a little nervous during the debates. but i look to her to see if she feels like i've done a good job. >> let's bring in our chief political analyst, gloria borger. that's a little comment we'll look forward to him maybe if he's got notes tonight writing his dad's name as well. but both of these candidates, they've had very different relationships with their respective fathers. >> yeah. i think mitt romney as you just heard idolized his father, is trying to live up to his father. if you were an armchair psychologist you would say he's trying to win the presidency his father never could win. i think with president obama as he's spoken about his father was absent in his life. and one thing he has done in his life is go out of his way to
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